The most common foot problem seen in children is in-toeing where the child walks with one or both feet pointing inwards. Often this is the result of the lack of external rotation at the hip (femur) as part of growing up. This condition should resolve itself by the age of three to five. If you feel that there is excessive in-toeing which is not improving by the time the child reaches the age of 2, it is recommended that you get the condition reviewed by a Podiatrist.
Note: Outdoor on rough surfaces feet should be protected in lightweight, flexible footwear.